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Now add captions for stories on Instagram

Instagram is enhancing the accessibility of Stories with the addition of captions. Going forward, creators can pick out to feature captions in Stories with the use of an Instagram sticky label. You can get the right of entry to the captions sticky label story creation interface. It works with films you document from Instagram’s integrated digital digicam device and films you’ve got for your phone’s gallery.

Captions on Instagram Stories and Reels

Instagram began testing the auto-captions sticker in March and announced the feature on Twitter. The company also announced in its Twitter announcement that the subtitles will appear on Reels soon. Check out the announced tweets below:

If you post a story with captions, you can customize the font, color, and position of the title. You can also edit and replace certain words in case the automatic transcription mistakenly adds certain words or lacks correct punctuation in the transcription.

What needs to be done is to touch a word to change it before posting the story. As mentioned above, Instagram users who are hard to hear must rely on the creator to see the subtitles. Although this is a good first step, the success of the feature lies with the creator, because viewers cannot choose to activate it manually, at least in the current implementation.

Instagram is rolling out caption stickers from multiple countries and plans to expand its availability to other regions soon. It’s also worth noting that this feature is currently only available in English and English-speaking countries/regions. Video artists must wait longer to get automatic subtitles for short videos.

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